The Chicago Wolves are now 8-3-0-1, and are currently icing the best line in the American League Hockey. If you look at the AHL’s leaderboard, Gage Quinney, Brooks Macek and Daniel Carr are all over it.
6-2-0-1. That’s the record of Rocky Thompson’s squad after just nine games of play this season. It took the Chicago Wolves until December 6th of last season to reach six wins. Needless to say, there has already been a significant improvement in Chicago.
The Chicago Wolves are now just one of four undefeated teams left in the American Hockey League - and one of two to be 4-0 - after defeating the Grand Rapids Griffins (5-1) and Milwaukee Admirals (5-4, OT) in their home-opening weekend.
wo games down, and a 2-0 record to show for it. It’s safe to say Rocky Thompson’s team is off to a much better start than it was last year, spoiling the Colorado Eagles’ inaugural American Hockey League home opening weekend with wins of 3-2 (OT) and 5-1.
The two Texas teams join the Central Division, and the Cleveland Monsters have moved to the North, meaning that the AHL's toughest division has only gotten tougher. Which of the five teams in this division who played some bonus hockey will be one of the top four this season?
Same, same, but different. That’s the motto for head coach Rocky Thompson’s team as it pushes for its third-consecutive Central Division title, and second under the Vegas affiliation.
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